Arkansas commits $50m to global infrastructure fund

by Jody Barhanovich

The $14.4 billion Arkansas Teacher Retirement System has committed $50 million to IFM Global Infrastructure Fund, according to executive director George Hopkins.

IFM Global Infrastructure Fund is an open-ended infrastructure fund managed by IFM Investors that launched in January 2010. The fund targets core-like infrastructure assets globally, though it specifically focuses on developed markets around the world such as Australia, Europe and the United States.

The fund has previously received commitments from the $15.4 billion Illinois State Board of InvestmentĀ  and the $12.3 billion School Employees Retirement System of Ohio.

Arkansas has a target allocation to real assets of 15 percent, with an actual allocation of 12.1 percent.


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